Lana Turner is a sexy, torchy, clinging blonde. Clark Gable has seemingly always made the same impress on women. Tossing them both together, even if surrounding their clinches with but a specious…
The Moss Hart-George S. Kaufman play, a moderate legit hit, becomes a sock comedy on the screen under astute handling and with Jack Benny in the principal laugh role.
Only detracting angle in the entire film is slowness of the first quarter. Portion in which the characters are being built up, before the complications of the story actually begin, is overlong.
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